A violent scene of Loretta’s first time having sex (though all done under covers and not visible). Loretta is ashamed of sex and doesn’t know what “horny” means. She and Doo climb in the back seat of a car, presumably to have sex. Loretta catches Doo kissing another woman in the back seat of a car.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


On April 14, 1934, Lolita Lynn was born in butcher’s Valley, a remote mountain village in eastern Kentucky. Her real name is Lolita Webb. Her father is a coal miner. Her family is poor and has many more children. She is the second oldest of her eight children. Because they are too poor, the children in front of them simply can’t go to school and receive more education. They are busy helping their mother do housework and take care of their siblings every day. The only entertainment is to listen to the country songs broadcast by the boss opera house, and she has shown her talent in singing very early. When she was 13 years old, she met Oliver Lynn, a 21-year-old bootlegger. She foolishly married Oliver with nicknames of [Mooney] and [Adu], and became Lolita Lynn. Before her 18th birthday, she had become a mother of four children and knew why women were pregnant. In order to escape from the poor coal mine life in Kentucky, Mooney Washington found a job, and Lolita went with her. Although life was better than in the past, it was still quite difficult, so the couple had to work together. In order to supplement the family, Mooney decided to make good use of his wife’s talent in singing, so he bought a cheap guitar for Lolita. Lolita began to use the guitar to entertain herself and her children, singing popular songs at that time and many old songs she had heard in her hometown in the past. However, Mooney has different plans. After ten years of marriage, he took Lolita to audition with a popular pan brothers Choir and got hired. From then on, he began to perform in a tavern on weekends. Then, Mooney encouraged her to participate in the talent competition held at the local Agricultural Expo, won the first prize, and the opportunity to perform on the TV station in Tacoma, the big city of Washington. She also met the host of the program, Buck Owens, a country singer who had just begun to rise at that time. After the program was broadcast, Noam Polly, a timber businessman in Canada who dreamed of entering the recording industry, greatly appreciated Lolita Lynn’s talent and immediately contacted her. In particular, she set up an independent small brand and began to help Lolita Lynn produce records. Although she is still unknown, she has shown her unique personality. In February 1960, the whole family went to Los Angeles, rented a studio and recorded four songs with the money they made from recording.

After the recording, she and Mooney loaded the records into their old car, tried to collect the list of local country music stations, and then made a long journey to visit those stations, hoping to get the chance to be broadcast. Although they often closed the door, Lolita Lynn always tried to convince those DJs whenever they had the chance. As she had not seen much market, Lolita Lynn had blurted out some slang words that she didn’t know were quite indecent. Exhausted and almost bankrupt, their hard work finally paid off [I’m a honky tonk girl] entered the ranking for the first time and won the 14th place, which also gave Lolita Lynn more chips to further negotiate with mainstream record companies.

Finally, Lolita and [Mooney] finally came to Nashville, the capital of country music. They tried their best to get an interview with the Wilburn brothers. The Wilburn brothers were not only a popular chorus group in the country music world at that time, but also had a department of music publishing and artist brokerage. As Lolita Lynn’s performance was excellent, they immediately arranged for her to start recording the demo. Then the Wilburn brothers began to distribute her demo. Owen Bradley, the CEO of dicardia records, only wanted to use the song, but the Wilburn brothers insisted that if they wanted the song, they must sign it together with the singer. In this way, Lolita Lynn became a singer of DICA records. In September 1961, under the personal supervision of Owen Bradley, Lolita Lynn recorded a number of songs, including a [success], which became Lolita Lynn’s first best-selling song in the top 10 of the country rankings and won the sixth place. Under the unique interpretation of Lolita Lynn’s style, this song shows the characteristics never seen in Nashville at that time. Later, Irish female singer Sydney O’Connor made a special cover in 1992.

Joining the mainstream brand and making a successful first attack officially launched Lolita Lynn’s popularity. Then, at the suggestion of the Wilburn brothers, Lolita tried to sing with the then country star, honis Tabb from Texas for the first time. The pleasant cooperation experience has not only made ornis tabu one of the two most important singing partners in her singing career, but also because tabu warmly invited her to participate in her own singing program, which made her win the invitation of the boss opera house. Since 1962, she has become a permanent member of the program. In the summer of 1963, Lolita Lynn won the 13th place in the country ranking with [the other woman], and the fourth place in the same year with [before I’m over you].

In addition to honis tabu, another very important friend at the beginning of Lolita Lynn’s singing career is the legendary country singer Percy crane. In 1957, with the strong support of Owen Bradley, executive president of dicardia records, he became famous with [walkin ‘after midnight] and officially became the singer of the company. Bradley then gave her a song [I fall to pieces] that had been rejected by many big names, including Bai Lauder Lee. It was set off by gorgeous string music and professional consonant groups, and made her originally moving song sweeter with echo effect, which really caused the expected sensation, Then she sang “Crazy” written by Willie Nelson, which has a great tendency to replace Katie wells and ascend the throne of country song queen. Lolita has long admired her very much. After entering DICA and becoming the same door, the two met once when Percy crane had a fierce quarrel with her husband who had an affair and was hospitalized in a serious car accident. Lolita Lynn went to visit and sang I [fall to pieces] for her. Because they were similar in temperament, they became irresistible, and Paixi gave Lolita Lynn strong support. When other female singers were jealous of her rapid popularity, Paixi always stood up and defended her. On March 5, 1963, Percy died in a small plane crash. He was 31 years old. That time, Lolita was supposed to take the same plane with her because Percy asked her to sing with her, but Lolita temporarily received another invitation to sing in Memphis. Unexpectedly, they escaped, and the two were separated forever. Lolita Lynn not only wrote a song for Percy, Many years later, he recorded an album in memory of Percy.

Lost her dear friend, Lolita continued to work hard in the singing world. In the summer of 1964, she made her first attempt to protest against the inferiority of men who like to spend too much and drink too much. She sang the well-known [wine, women and song], which was a great success and won the third place in the country. In addition, her partner career with ornistab also began to be recognized by her fans. First, in the autumn of 1964, she won the 11th place in the list with “Mr. and Mrs. used to be”. By 1969, a total of four single songs by the two had been ranked in the list, but it was obviously a little small compared with her future cooperation with Conway tvetti.

In Lolita Lynn’s singing career, many of the most representative classics are still her own works, because she always turns her actual feelings in marriage life into thought-provoking songs. Even if they are not her own works, they are often specially tailored for her, And Betty Sue Perry is one of the most familiar songwriters. Lolita Lynn, who got married early and gave birth to four children in a row before she knew why a woman was pregnant, stepped into the singing world under her husband’s design and her husband also contributed a lot to her singing career, but she had heard about her husband’s habit of spending time and wine outside, so she began to sing her feelings of being a wife after her rise. In March 1965, she recorded the “the home you’re tearin ‘down” written for her by Betty Sue Perry, put forward a flexible appeal to the third party of her husband’s affair, welcomed the woman to come home at any time, and saw with her own eyes what kind of situation the family she destroyed was facing. As a result, it received a warm response. Of course, in Lolita Lynn’s world, there is not always a struggle between husband and wife and a third party. In 1965, when the Vietnam War was in full swing, Lolita, encouraged by her husband, personally wrote a “Dear Uncle Sam” to tell the pain in the hearts of women whose husbands were recruited by the state and sent to overseas battlefields in the United States. Although everyone loved the country, when a wife received a telegram of her husband’s death in battle, Can the government really understand the pain? This song became one of the first works in American pop music to discuss the cost of the Vietnam War. It also brought a warm response and won the fourth place in the rural ranking.

Successive successes did not satisfy Lolita Lynn. Instead, she began to want to create her own voice. In 1966, she showed her strong ambition and began to gradually move away from the past tavern love songs. She actively recorded and launched her own songs. At the same time, she turned her repression and dissatisfaction with traditional women in marriage into one wonderful work after another. First, she challenged the third party very positively. We should know that in the traditional rural singing world, women have always been considered to play a pitiful role. For her husband’s infidelity, they can only take a submissive attitude and look forward to her husband’s return and the third party’s high hand. However, Lolita clearly shows that she refuses to accept such an arrangement. In [you ain’t woman enough], she bravely told the fox: you don’t even have a door for the man who wants to take me away, because you’re not a woman enough. As soon as the song was released, it immediately caused an unprecedented sensation and became Lolita Lynn’s best single at that time, winning the second place.

After a series of songs with similar themes, Lolita then released another song [don’t come home a – drinkin] in the winter of 1966. This time, she warned her husband who likes to drink outside. The Song said: don’t come home drunk and delusion to talk about love with me. Alcohol and love are incompatible. You can only choose one of them. If you want to drink, Just stay outside and see what kind of love you can find. If you want that kind, I don’t have it here! Such bold content, which can be said to be unprecedented, almost like a bomb, triggered a heated discussion. On February 11, 1967, Lolita Lynn won her first championship in her life, making her enter the forest of superstars, which is just the beginning. Through [you ain’t woman enough] and [don’t come home a-drinkin], these popular songs in the United States, Lolita Lynn began to actively explain her feelings in marriage and gender life in her works. She said she didn’t want to change anything with these songs, just wanted to sing her ideas and play some words at the same time. Although she usually plays from the perspective of women, in fact, she does not exclude some things from the perspective of men. She has never deliberately tried to slander men in her songs, but just wanted to remind them not to forget women’s rights and interests, because men are often confused after drinking wine. At that time, she also sang Nancy Sinatra’s famous song [these boots are made for walkin], because she also believed that sometimes women should let men know that women are not so easy to bully. Because such performance was unprecedented in the country music world, in 1967, when the [Country Music Association] (CMA) founded their annual award, Lolita Lynn was the first to win the honor of [best female singer]. With these successes, Lolita continued to sing women’s conscious consciousness. In [what kind of girl], a growing girl learned to say no to men’s unreasonable requirements, and once again won the majority of resonance.

In 1968, Lolita sang another classic. We should know that in many broken marriages, the third party often plays a ruthless killer. In the tradition of rural singing, all decent female characters must learn to be submissive. They are not sad to accept the facts and try to forgive the wrong husband. They are gentle and virtuous to pay more love and wait for the husband to change his mind. At most, they are begging the fox spirit who robbed their husband from a mourning point of view, But Lolita Lynn doesn’t want to swallow her anger like this. She is in love, reason and law. As a wife, she has no obligation to endure other people’s love. So she began to declare war. In [first city], she confronts the shameless wild woman: you boast everywhere that you have an affair with my man, but let me tell you that the man I love will throw it into the dustbin when he picks up the garbage. In my opinion, that’s you. What I see in my eyes is just a poor bastard, so you’d better protect your face and stay away from me unless you want to be beaten by me. If you don’t want to come to fist City, you’d better get away as soon as possible, because if you let me catch you, I’ll pull your hair and throw you black and blue. I’m not saying that my sweetheart is a saint, because he is not, and he often fools around with some wild cats. I’m just warning you not to touch my man unless you want to be beaten by me! Sure enough, this song once again caused a sensation in the United States and won the second championship for Lolita Lynn in April that year.

Of course, such a brave attitude will inevitably lead to a lot of controversy, because not only are male chauvinists difficult to accept, but also many women’s ideas are relatively conservative. They can’t believe that women can have such rights and interests. They even think that such behavior is too deviant and treacherous, and may make the situation worse by self defeating, So they would rather continue to believe in Tammy, the first lady of country music·

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